The Perfect Puzzle
Sega brings us a game of pure gameplay in a mashup between the blob-dropping Puyo Puyo and the classic block dropper Tetris in what is poised to be a super balanced, sometimes very frustrating, competitive puzzle game.
With very careful gameplay mechanics Puyo Puyo Tetris seems to have come up with a whole new set of rules to combine two seemingly similar, but fundamentally different gametypes. There are many modes featuring different iterations of this combination; 4 player offline and online co-op is also a blast to play!
|Official Release Date||Feb 06, 2014|
|CERO A (Free)|
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WEEKLY RELEASE HIGHLIGHTS: Puyo Puyo Tetris, Super Heroine Chronicles, Dragon Quest Monsters 2: Iru to Ruka no Fushigina Fushigina Kagi and Daisenryaku Perfect: Senjou no Hasha!
Official Website (Japanese)
1st Look: Gameplay Modes and Multiplayer
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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I just KNEW SEGA wasn't going to localize this for the States (I was right) so I imported it. There's a language barrier for sure, but as a puzzle game, it's entirely playable with zero knowledge of Japanese. If you are a fan of either of these great puzzle games, or more importantly both of them, this one is a for sure buy in my opinion.
One of the best current puzzle games out. If you don't speak japanese don't worry. This game is a must have for any puzzle gamer, it doesn't matter which version PS3, 4, or VITA.
very good game!!!
I was originally going to get the PS3 version, then the PS4 one when I got a PS4, but I decided to get it for the Vita for two reasons. One, I just wanted to finally have an import on the Vita, and two, because it was the cheapest version at the time. You have to figure out most of the menus by trial and error knowing zero Japanese as is the case with me, but being a puzzle game, it's very import friendly. And being SEGA, I figured they wouldn't be localizing it for the States. So if you are a Tetris and Puyo Puyo fan as I am, it's an easy buy in my opinion.
Don't wait for an extremely unlikely UK/US port as the language barrier isn't an issue with easily navigated menus. Highest of recommendations.
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